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Smartweed #5221045 07/27/14 09:19 PM
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Timely moisture and slow drawdowns is sure getting the good stuff growing. About 10-15% coverage on banks



Plant some Jap in week or 2.

Browntop looking good from June planting. Hopefully some moisture stays around every week or so. Post some pics when I make it out there next week



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Re: Smartweed [Re: Greekangler] #5221053 07/27/14 09:25 PM
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Is that around a pond? I have to get something growing to help clear the muddy water in my pond but not having any luck with anything I've tried so far.


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Plant jap millet- now is time. It will take pretty good on mudflats w little work. Plenty of info online.

Smartweed is perennial. Natural stuff.



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Re: Smartweed [Re: Bmnloader] #5221109 07/27/14 10:08 PM
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Originally Posted By: Bmnloader
Is that around a pond? I have to get something growing to help clear the muddy water in my pond but not having any luck with anything I've tried so far.


widgeon grass, transplant it from a known pond that has plenty. Bag of sand and paper lunch sacks, wet sand, throw some grass in, roll the top down and toss out in water less than 2' deep, preferably less than 6" since your water is stained, the sand will sink and the sack will dissolve in a few days, and then the fun begins.


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David, is it legal to transplant coon tail? Does that delivery work? How about pondweed?



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